World renowned scholar of prophetic visions John Hogue discussed the fulfillment of his 1998 prediction of the destruction of New Orleans. In his book 1,000 for 2,000, he wrote that a major American city in the South such as Miami or New Orleans would be ruined by a "super hurricane" in the one of the first five hurricane seasons of the new Millennium. According to many visionaries, any number of cities face destruction from water inundation.
Hogue views super hurricanes, which he believes are associated with climate change, as currently a bigger threat to our country than terrorism. The positive side to this, he said, is that people will get up in arms over the causes of global warming and may now take action to change the situation. In fact, he noted, World War III could be nations fighting the climate problem and the fossil fuel tradition rather than each other.
Yet, fascism could be returning in a new face, warned Hogue. It will take the form of a corporate identity that convinces people to trade their freedoms in for more security. Looking further down the road, he said that future generations of humanity, born out of "tribulations" will be a more spiritually balanced lot. The end date for the world, according to Nostradamus isn't till 3797, he added.
First hour guest Richard C. Hoagland reacted to NASA's new 'Apollo on Steroids' moon mission announcement. Instead of the planned 11 years, the missions could be conducted on a much faster timetable, if a higher budget was allocated, he commented.
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